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N.H. extends Shrine Bowl win streak to 12

August, 5, 2012
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HANOVER, N.H. -– If you were rooting for Vermont, the Dartmouth College scoreboard wasn't a pretty sight following Saturday's 59th annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl.

New Hampshire scored eight touchdowns -– five on offense, two on defense and one on special teams –- and kicked two field goals en route to a 62-24 victory.

New Hampshire set a Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl record for points scored in a game. The 2000 Vermont team held the previous record (47).

“People will look at the score, but this was a football game for three quarters,” New Hampshire coach Mike Beliveau (Souhegan) said. “We played everybody a lot, and maybe that wore them down.”

New Hampshire's Chris Chininis (Souhegan) got New Hampshire on the scoreboard when he returned a punt 61 yards for a touchdown one minute into the game. Mike Leonard (Trinity) helped double New Hampshire's lead when he returned a fumble 28 yards for a TD on Vermont's next possession.

“They fought back and made it game toward the end, but we had 14 points before the offense even stepped on the field and I think that was a huge part of the game,” Chininis said. “It wasn't just the offense. We won all three phases of the game.”

New Hampshire led 17-7 after one quarter, 34-21 at halftime and 41-24 entering the fourth.

“We were in a hole 14-0,” Vermont coach Mike Norman said. “The kids could have definitely rolled over and given up. They didn't. We made some plays and had some of the emotion. They had two or three kids who made some big-time plays.”

The victory stretched New Hampshire winning streak to 12 games. Vermont has been outscored 433-145 during that streak.
New Hampshire leads the series 44-13-2.

“Everybody will look a the score and say, 'They defense must have lousy on defense,'” Norman said. “No. The defense was on the field too much.”

NUMBERS GAME
Salem running back Jerickson Fedrick led the New Hampshire offense by rushing for a game-high 140 yards on 18 carries. Fedrick, who moved from Chelsea, Mass., to Salem when he was in middle school, also ran for three touchdowns.

Fedrick ran for 1,801 yards and 27 touchdowns last season, and rushed for 4,568 yards during his high school career.

New Hampshire also received two TD catches from Manchester Central's Junior Brown.

Timberlane's Evan Bidgood was the most effective of New Hampshire's three quarterbacks. He completed 16 of 21 pass attempts for 186 yards and a TD.

Vermont quarterback Robert Coloutti (Fair Haven) completed 18 of 41 passes for 289 yards and three TDs. Levi Ellis (Fair Haven), Marshall Hastings (Middlebury) and Kyle Kelly (Rutland) each caught a TD pass.

Kelly led Vermont in receptions (seven) and Ellis led Vermont in receiving yardage (126).

LIGHTNING STRIKES
When halftime arrived, a lightning storm came with it. As a precaution, the stands were cleared of spectators. The third quarter began after a 90-minute delay.

The delay didn't seem to bother Vermont, which forced turnovers on two of New Hampshire's first three second-half possessions. It was a 10-point game (34-24) after Jakob Oliver (Burr and Burton) kicked a 22-yard field goal with 11:06 left in the third quarter.

New Hampshire scored the game's final four TDs, one of which came when Codey Dalton (Manchester Memorial) returned an interceptions 37 yards.

“We were down 10 points, we needed to convert on a third down and we didn't,” Vermont coach Mike Norman said. “We punted, they scored and then we had to start throwing it around. They beat us, but we didn't help ourselves.”

KICKING THINGS AROUND
New Hampshire received two field goals (38 and 22 yards) from Conor Donovan (Inter-Lakes/Moultonborough). Donovan also averaged 45.5 yards on four punts.

New Hampshire's Dan Gorman made each of his eight point-after kicks.

LET'S MAKE A DEAL
David Orr, the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl media director, said this was the first year of a three-year contract with Dartmouth, which means the 2013 and 2014 games will also be played in Hanover, N.H.

NEW HAMPSHIRE 62, VERMONT 24
New Hampshire 17 17 7 21 — 62
Vermont 7 14 3 0 — 24


First Quarter
NH—Chris Chininis 61-yard punt return (Dan Gorman kick), 14:00.
NH—Mike Leonard 28-yard fumble return (Gorman kick), 12:14.
NH—FG Conor Donovan 38, 5:31.
VT—Levi Ellis 79 pass from Robert Coloutti (Jakob Oliver kick), 4:58.

Second Quarter
NH—Jerickson Fedrick 1 run (Gorman kick), 12:15.
NH—Junior Brown 3 pass from Evan Bidgood (Gorman kick), 4:25.
VT—Marshall Hastings 32 pass from Coloutti (Oliver kick), 2:18.
VT—Coloutti 3 pass to Kyle Kelly (Oliver kick), :36.
NH—FG Donovan 22, 0:00.

Third Quarter
VT—FG Oliver 22, 11:06.
NH—Fedrick 37 run (Gorman kick), 4:47.

Fourth Quarter
NH—Brown 10-yard pass from Codey Dalton (Gorman kick), 14:10.
NH—Dalton 37 interception return (Gorman kick), 13:22.
NH—Fedrick 8 run (Gorman kick), 3:12.

Beliveau, Vermont hope to snap losing skid at Shrine Bowl

August, 3, 2012
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MERIDEN, N.H. -– When Souhegan High School's Mike Beliveau coached the 2000 New Hampshire Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl team, his offense turned in a record-setting performance.

New Hampshire had 533 yards of offense in that contest, a record that was tied by last year's New Hampshire team.

Unfortunately for Beliveau, the 2000 Vermont offense turned in a record-setting performance as well. Vermont established records for yards passing (352), pass attempts (49), pass completions (30) and touchdown passes in its 47-40 victory.

“Defensively, we didn't prepare enough for the pass combinations and formations that Vermont threw at us,” said Beliveau, who will get a second crack at Vermont as New Hampshire's head coach this year. “Defensive linemen on a hot, 85-degree day get gassed pretty fast. We can't let that happen again. We had no pass rush in the second half. The kids [Vermont quarterback Michael Keenan] just carved us.
“It was a helluva game, it just didn't go in our favor at the end. We put on a good show.”

Vermont will be looking for a similar outcome when it faces New Hampshire in the 59th annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl on Saturday at Dartmouth College (2:30 p.m.). Vermont hasn't posted a victory since that 2000 game and trails the series 43-13-2.

Rutland's Mike Norman is Vermont's head coach. Norman, who graduated from Boston College High School, also coached the Vermont Shrine team in 1998 and 2002. Vermont won 21-13 in 1998 and New Hampshire prevailed 37-20 in 2002.

New Hampshire has 57 high schools that offer varsity football. Vermont has 34.

“For every athlete we have, they probably have one-and-a-half or two,” Norman said. “We just want to play hard, be solid and compete.
“My biggest concern is that when the game begins we have a serious case of stage fright, and find ourselves down by two or three touchdowns before we realize we can play with them. We need to be able to compete right from the get-go, and the longer we can stay in the game and try to get ahead the better off we'll be.

“I think we're gonna have to play real well and they're gonna have to make some mistakes to allow us to keep it close.”

Beliveau has named Timberlane's Evan Bidgood as New Hampshire's starting quarterback, but the team's big-play threat is Salem tailback Jerickson Fedrick, who rushed for 4,568 yards and 75 touchdowns during his high school career.

Norman (Rutland) said Fair Haven's Robert Coloutti will be his starting QB. Coloutti completed 110 of 187 passes for 2,215 yards and 23 touchdowns last season, when he led Fair Haven to the Division II championship. He also rushed for 875 yards and 11 TDs.

Vermont has nine players (25 percent of its roster) from Hartford High School, which has won the last two Division I championships. Seven of those nine players will start on defense.

The game returned to Dartmouth this year after it was played in Windsor, Vt., in each of the last three years.

Proceeds from the game will benefit Shriners Hospitals for Children, and general admission tickets will be available at the gate for $10.

“We have to compete from the get-go,” Norman said. “We don't want to be looking around and down two or three touchdowns before we realize we can play with this team.”


New Hampshire Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl roster
Dylan Spence (Sanborn), Dan Gorman (Hanover), Rob McCormick (Souhegan), Evan Bidgood (Timberlane), Mike Leonard (Trinity), Aaron Martin (Manchester West), Codey Dalton (Manchester Memorial), Junior Brown (Manchester Central), Chris Chininis (Souhegan), Cam Blewitt (Stevens), Dustin Jarosz (Epping-Newmarket), Colin Pellerin (Hollis-Brookline), Cole Brooker (Plymouth), Jerickson Fedrick (Salem), Nick Reisert (Plymouth), Brian Pickowicz (Franklin), Jordan Garron (Bedford), Josh Hughes (Trinity), Tom Cifrino (St. Thomas), Conor Donovan (Inter-Lakes/Moultonborough), Kevin Davies (Pinkerton), Andrew Lauderdale (Trinity), Zach Migneault (Hollis-Brookline), Jordan Gaudette (Milford), Brad Tiernan (Exeter), Raige Hollis (Laconia), Billy Mahoney (Laconia), Dillon Couture (Spaulding), Matt Myers (Winnacunnet), Alexander Morrill (Lebanon), Nathan Harrington (Bedford), Eric Miller (Dover), Sam Prive (Merrimack), Adam Morin (Exeter), Nick Dragon (Monadnock), Tim Beliveau (Souhegan).

Vermont Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl roster
Tucker Stone (Hartford), Kyle Kelly (Rutland), Levi Ellis (Fair Haven), Marshall Hastings (Middlebury), Sam Kelly (Oxbow), Zach Devoid (Bellows Free Academy), Jayson Collette (Milton), Jakob Oliver (Burr and Burton), Rob Coloutti (Fair Haven), Dillon Robinson (Middlebury), Owen Newton (Hartford), Soren Pelz-Walsh (Brattleboro), Alec Kozlowski (Colchester), Matt Rafus (Windsor), Mike Schreiner (Bellows Free Academy), Travis Wilson (Hartford), William Thompson (South Burlington), Ryan Fleming (Champlain Valley), Alex Cross (Mount Anthony), Troy Bell (Hartford), Miles Latham (Hartford), Taylor Raftery (Bellows Free Academy), Dylan Raymond (Champlain Valley Union), Robert Murray (Hartford), Mack Shea (Rutland), Cody Collins (North Country), Steven Ladka (Hartford), Bobby Annis (Hartford), Neal Hier (Fair Haven), Austin Quesnel (Middlebury), Joseph Johnson (Hartford), Mathew Keir (Mount Anthony), Parker Lamoureux (Fair Haven), Jamie Holbrook (Milton), Ben Thieken (Bellows Free Academy), Ryan Ragosta (Rutland).

New England Roundup: Vermont

July, 29, 2012
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All-Star football players from Vermont and New Hampshire have been butting heads in the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl since 1954, and you could argue that Vermont has never needed a victory more than it does this year.

VermontNew Hampshire leads the series 43-13-2, and has won the last 11 meetings – many by one-sided scores. New Hampshire's recent dominance has some concerned about the game's health.

“There's no question there's pressure on Vermont,” said Rutland coach Mike Norman, who will coach this year's Vermont team. “For every athlete we have, they probably have one-and-a half or two. Hopefully we'll be coached up well enough to compete and get after New Hampshire a little bit.”

This year's game will be played Aug. 4 at Dartmouth College. The opening kickoff is scheduled for 2:30 p.m.

Practice for this year's game began Thursday at Kimball Union Academy in Meriden.

This is Norman's third tour of duty as Vermont's Shrine coach. He also served as Vermont's coach in 1998 and 2001. Vermont won 21-13 in 1998, and New Hampshire prevailed 21-0 in 2001.

Norman, who has led Rutland to seven state championships, said Fair Haven's Robert Coloutti will likely be Vermont's starting quarterback. Hartford's Tucker Stone, the other quarterback on the roster, is penciled in to start in the defensive backfield. Each quarterback led their team to a state championship last season.

“[Coloutti] is from a spread offense,” Norman said. “He'll play basketball at Castleton State. He was recruited to play football too. He can use his feet. He's an athlete.”

Stone, who is expected to be a defensive back at St. Lawrence, is one of nine Hartford players on the roster. Hartford has won the last two Division I state championships.

“We're gonna have to rely on the Hartford kids,” Norman said. “There's a bunch of them on the team, and they've had some success. In order for us to be successful it will have to be those guys leading the way.”

Mike Beliveau, the head coach at Souhegan High School in Amherst, N.H., is New Hampshire's head coach. Beliveau was New Hampshire's head coach in 2000, when Vermont posted a 47-40 victory. It was the highest-scoring game in the event's history.

New Hampshire has prevailed by using a power running game the last few years, but Beliveau said New Hampshire fans can expect to see his team throw the ball often in this year's contest.

“We will be different than the last few New Hampshire Shrine teams, when their were 60 snaps and maybe five or six passes,” Beliveau said. “We'll be way more balanced than that.”

The game will feature 15-minute quarters, and Norman said he plans to use a two-platoon system as much as possible.

“We'll be on the turf, it'll probably be hot and it's a long game,” Norman said. “We'll try to get as many people involved as possible. It's a matter of not panicking early, and getting into the flow of the game.”

VERMONT SHRINE MAPLE SUGAR BOWL ROSTER
Tucker Stone (Hartford), Matt Rafus (Windsor), Kyle Kelly (Rutland), Levi Ellis (Fair Haven), Marshall Hastings (Middlebury), Sam Kelly (Oxbow), Zach Devoid (Bellows Free), Jayson Collette (Milton), Jakob Oliver (Burr and Burton), Rob Coloutti (Fair Haven), Dillon Robinson (Middlebury), Owen Newton (Hartford), Soren Pelz-Walsh (Brattleboro), Alec Kozlowski (Colchester), Mike Schreiner (Bellows Free Academy), Travis Wilson (Hartford), William Thompson (South Burlington), Ryan Flemming (Champlain Valley), Alex Cross (Mount Anthony), Troy Bell (Hartford), Miles Latham (Hartford), Taylor Raftery (Bellows Free Academy), Dylan Raymond (Champlain Valley Union), Robert Murray (Hartford), Mack Shea (Rutland), Cody Collins (North Country), Steven Ladka (Hartford), Bobby Annis (Hartford), Adam Fortin (North Country), Austin Quesnel (Middlebury), Joseph Johnson (Hartford), Mathew Keir (Mount Anthony), Parker Lamoureux (Mount Anthony), Jamie Holbrook (Milton), Ben Thieken (Bellows Free Academy), Ryan Ragosta (Rutland).

Roger Brown is a staff writer for the New Hampshire Union Leader and publishes the New Hampshire Football Report. He has been reporting on high school sports throughout New England since 1992.

New England Roundup: Vermont

February, 28, 2012
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In recent years Vermont's head coach for the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl has looked like someone about to start a fistfight wearing handcuffs.

VermontNew Hampshire has nearly twice as many schools with varsity football as Vermont, and that usually translates into more talent on the field. Rutland's Mike Norman, Vermont's head coach for this summer's game, will be trying to end New Hampshire's 11-game winning streak.

“Having done this a couple times, I know we're not gonna have as many big kids or skill kids as New Hampshire,” Norman said when the Vermont roster for this year's game was announced last week. “You have to have kids who are willing to stand up to New Hampshire during the game.”

This year's contest will be played Aug. 4 at Dartmouth College. New Hampshire leads the series 43-13-2.

Norman, who has guided Rutland to seven state championships, coached the Vermont Shrine team in 1998 and 2001. Vermont won 21-13 in 1998, and New Hampshire prevailed 21-0 in 2001.

“We're gonna try to do what we do – and what that is remains to be seen,” Norman said. “I know we'll have to defend the run, have a solid kicking game and be able to run the ball enough to make them defend it.”

Mike Beliveau, the head coach at Souhegan High School in Amherst, will be New Hampshire's head coach. Believeau was New Hampshire's head coach in 2000, when Vermont posted a 47-40 victory. It was the highest-scoring game in the event's history.

Beliveau has led Souhegan to four state championships and 14 championship game appearances in the last 14 seasons.

“For me the priority was to put together a quality offensive line,” Beliveau said. “The second thing I was looking for was a couple of quarterbacks who would be able to pick up the offense quickly.”

New Hampshire has prevailed by using a power running game the last few years, but Beliveau said New Hampshire fans can expect to see his team throw the ball often this summer.

“We will be different than the last few New Hampshire Shrine teams, when their were 60 snaps and maybe five or six passes,” Beliveau said. “We'll be way more balanced than that.”

Hartford's Tucker Stone, a three-year starter, and Fair Haven's Robert Coloutti will be Vermont's quarterbacks. Each led their team to a state championship last season.

“A lot of this game is gonna be determined by who your quarterbacks are,” Norman said. “We think we have two pretty good ones.”

Practice for this year's game will begin July 26 at Kimball Union Academy in Meriden.

“I like the overall athleticism of the group,” Norman said. “We have kids who will compete, and that's important against New Hampshire.”

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New England Roundup: Vermont

December, 8, 2011
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It was not the outcome Bob Davis was hoping for in his final game as a high school football coach, but Davis said the South's 35-8 victory over his North team in the 11th Annual Senior Bowl was a memorable experience nonetheless.

Vermont“It was a great experience,” Davis said. “These games are what they are: an exhibition to get the kids out there for [college coaches] to see. But more importantly it's about having fun, and the kids did.”

Davis, who announced that he wouldn't return as North Country's coach next season after the Falcons lost in this year's Division II semifinals, watched the South score on each of its first four second-half possessions to build a 28-0 lead early in the fourth quarter.

Hartford running back Troy Bell rushed for 142 yards and two touchdowns in the victory. Bell scored on runs of 20 and 62 yards.

Mill River’s Adam Mackey opened the scoring with a 1-yard run 5:04 into the third quarter.

Bell’s 20-yard TD run made it 13-0, and then Fair Haven quarterback Robert Coloutti hooked up with Levi Ellis, one of his Fair Haven teammates, for an 18-yard touchdown pass with 2:39 left in the third quarter. Hartford quarterback Tucker Stone connected with Middlebury’s Marshall Hastings for the two-point conversion and a 21-0 lead.

Bell’s 67-yard TD run extended the South's lead to 28-0 34 seconds into the fourth quarter.

The North got on the scoreboard on a 2-yard touchdown run by North Country quarterback Tre Sanville early in the fourth quarter. Sanville hooked up with Winooski’s Devon Rollins for the two-point conversion.

The South capped the scoring on an 18-yard touchdown sprint by Windsor’s Matt Rafus.

“Our offense never found a rhythm,” Davis said. “You have different players coming in on every series so it's not like the regular season.

“I've been running on adrenaline since August. Now the reality [of retirement] is going to settle in.”

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New England Roundup: Vermont

November, 16, 2011
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Woodstock Union High School football coach Jim McLaughlin won the 200th game of his coaching career Saturday, and it couldn't have come at a better time.

VermontMcLaughlin guided top-seeded Woodstock to a 27-7 victory over third-seeded Windsor in the Division III championship game at Castleton State College. It was the eighth state title McLaughlin's teams have won in his 30 years as a head coach.

Junior fullback Ed Doton did most of the damage for Woodstock, which began the season with back-to-back losses before winning nine in a row. Doton rushed for 255 yards and three touchdowns.

“If you look at it as a puzzle, the pieces really came together for us as the season went along,” McLaughlin said.

Woodstock, which led 14-0 at halftime, held Windsor running back Matt Rafus to 40 yards on 14 carries. Rafus finished the season with 1,881 yards rushing and 27 touchdowns.

Windsor's only touchdown came on a blocked field goal attempt that Ethan Hill returned 75 yards. Windsor completed its season with a 7-4 record.

In Saturday's other championship games top-seeded Hartford beat third-seeded Middlebury 42-6 to win the Division I title; and third-seeded Fair Haven outscored fourth-seeded Burr and Burton 57-34 to win the Division II title.

Hartford 42, Middlebury 6
Hartford dominated on both sides of the ball and won its fourth championship in the last five years.

Miles Latham rushed for 102 yards and two touchdowns, and Troy Bell ran for 109 yards to help the Hurricanes completed an unbeaten season (11-0). Hartford scored four second-half touchdowns.

Middlebury (9-2) played without quarterback Dillon Robinson, who was injured in the team's semifinal victory over BFA-St. Albans. Middlebury's only touchdown came when Marshall Hastings returned a kickoff 79 yards for a score.

Hartford, which had a 444-88 edge in net offense, outscored its opponents 508-112 this season.

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New England Roundup: Vermont

April, 6, 2011
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Rice Memorial guard Reagan Jewell and Essex guard Ben Ferris have been selected as Vermont’s Miss Basketball and Mr. Basketball, respectively, for the 2010-11 season.

VermontThe awards, which are given to the top boys and girls player in the state, are determined by the Burlington Free Press.

Jewell helped Rice win last season’s Division I championship by beating Champlain Valley Union 45-36 in the title game. The Green Knights completed the season with a 19-5 record and won the program’s first state championship since 2001.

Jewell led Rice in scoring (14 points per game), rebounds (10.0), assists (4.2), steals (3.0) and blocked shots (3.0).

She will continue her basketball career at Holy Family University, a Division II school in Philadelphia.

Ferris helped Essex win the 2009-10 Division I title. He was the only returning starter from that team and averaged 23.4 points, 10.2 rebounds and 6.5 assists per contest last season.

Essex finished the season with an 11-10 record after it won eight of its last 11 games. The Hornets were one of two teams to defeat Division I champion Rice during the regular season.

Ferris became the fifth player in the program’s history to score more than 1,000 career points in high school. He will play college basketball for Division III Tufts University.

Ferris was also selected as Vermont’s Gatorade Player of the Year following the 2010-11 season.

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